Fragrance Lady Caron was composed by perfumer Richard Fraysse, and it was launched in 2000. The perfume was created to fulfill Ernest Daltroff’s wish to present a fragrance inspired by the Statue of Liberty in New York, which "welcomed" him when he first came to America fleeing from war-affected France. The fragrance Lady Caron is composed of an unusual blend of flowers and fruit, placing floral notes in the first plan (top notes) while fruit is accentuated in the heart of the fragrance.
Its extraordinary composition provides a harmonious blend of aromas, leaving exotic oak wood in trail. The fragrance opens with a floral choir of magnolia, orange blossom and elegant white jasmine, accompanied with rose and tuberose in the heart sweetened with fruit zest of peach and raspberry. The base finishes with woody accords of sandalwood and exotic oak and oak moss.
Re-edition Lady Caron joins the collection La Selection and arrives in the same flacon form of elegant, geometric shapes embellished with a golden tag and white caps. The fragrances arrive in outer cartons of white also decorated with golden color, in the amount of 100 ml EDP. The first edition of Lady Caron was packed in a glass flacon with a relief of the Statue of Liberty. La Selection Lady Caron was launched in 2014.